After near two years away.
After a near two-year hiatus, Perth metalcore band Saviour have announced they are reforming and are kicking off their return with two shows next month in their home state.
After releasing their acclaimed debut album First Light To My Death Bed in 2013, Saviour were considered one of the country's most promising up-and-coming acts, however early last year the band suddenly called it quits much to the dismay of their fans.
The band released a statement today to officially announce their reformation.
"We feel as if we left so much undone when we stepped away from this band early last year," the statement reads.
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"About 3 months ago we sat down as a group and it became apparent that we had so much more to give. It became apparent that this wasn't really over. And after what felt like an eternity away from this and each other, we all found ourselves in the same place. Now here we are, alive again. Over the next 6 months we will be passing into a brand new chapter. A brand new Saviour. Something that we are all very excited about. We can't wait to show you."
Saviour will hit the stage for the very first time since 2013 at the Amplifier Bar in Perth on Friday 20 November, followed by an additional show at YMCA HQ in Leederville on Sunday 22 November.
The group will be supported on the night by local acts Surroundings, Aveira Skies and This Existence.
Tickets go on sale from 16 October and can be purchased via Oztix — for more details, head to theGuide.